Triumph Rocket III Medley
This is Rock n' roll at the highest, or rather biggest level! This is our
first tribute to this 2.3 litre triple giant. The Rocket III pulls with the
force of 1.2G's when accelerating... http://www.facebook.com/Raptorama
2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring onboard in Texas 2
2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring onboard in Texas. This is the second part
of the onboard film including a big photo slide at the end by Riles &
Nelson. Thanks to Charlie Wallen and Indigo Horizon for the great
soundtrack. Check them out on Myspace. http://www.facebook.com/Raptorama
Ducati Diavel vs. Triumph Rocket 3
Bruisers; bloated cruisers or genuine heavyweights with a real purpose? We
pit the Ducati Diavel against Triumph's monstrous Rocket 3; 2.3 liters of
English heavy engineering against Italian sophistication and artistry.
Which will win?
The Raiden Files - Portland to Dakar - A Riding Movie
Icon sends it's best riders on an adventure that tests man and machine to
the limit in every condition imaginable. There's action, there's adventure,
there's romance, there's drama. It's more than a riding video, it's a
movie. Sit back and enjoy the show.
2010 Star VMAX vs Triumph Rocket III Roadster - MotoUSA
We pit the 2010 Star VMAX against a competitor the Triumph Rocket III
Roadster to find out which power cruiser reins supreme on the street. Read
the full report:
Triumph Rocket III - 1st Ride
Yes! I got to ride a Rocket III!
My first ever ride of a Triumph Rocket III!
It has a 2.3ltr Inline triple engine...
What a bike...
I hope that you enjoy!
Warning: Slight bad language (certainly justified anyway!)
Scrambler Slam: Ducati vs. Triumph
What’s a scrambler? In decades past, a scrambler was a street motorcycle
stripped down and optimized for off-road use by way of swapping-in
high-pipes, wider handlebars, semi-knobby tires, and differently styled
fenders, seat and tank. Sometimes, it was an unmodified street model given
a scrambler or street scrambler designation. In essence, it’s a cool name
meant to convey agile sportability regardless of the bike’s dirt or
The Ducati Scrambler Icon and Triumph Scrambler both adhere to, and extoll
the values of, their predecessors, but which Scrambler is the better one to
scramble upon? That depends on which definition of scrambler you prefer.
Read the full comparison here:
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Established in 1994, Motorcycle.com is the premiere online resource for
motorcycle and scooter enthusiasts. With hundreds of high quality, detailed
video reviews on bikes from Harley-Davidson, Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki,
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about the latest and greatest two-wheeled creations. There's simply no
better resource if you're planning on buying or if you just want to check
out some awesome machines.
An Honest Review of The Triumph Bonneville
The Bonnie is a neat bike - but it's not as amazing as many gushing reviews
online make out. I thought I'd take a little more of realistic look at what
it's like to own and ride the Triumph Bonneville.
2014 / 2015 Triumph Rocket III * All Smoke and No Mirrors
The most powerful production motorcycle in the world is big, and big fun.
No Harley can touch this machine for performance of any kind. At half the
price, it's a no brainer.
Triumph Thruxton British Customs Predator Exhaust Installation
Here are some close-ups and steps of removing stock Exhaust pipes of a 2013 Triumph Thruxton 900 and
install the British Customs Predator pipes on it.
There are very limited source or instruction can be found on the website.
Therefore, hopefully this video shall be useful for riders who has plan to
change the BC Predator pipes on a Thruxton900.
More photos can be seen in link as below:
This is also my first attempt editing the video in a different way.
Hope you guys love it and feel free to leave any comments.
For those who is interested in the Non-music Version, you can watch it at
Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons
Brother Dege - Too Old to Die Young